Useless machines are an interesting type of equipment. Once opened, they usually close automatically, hence the name. Although they have no real meaning, their construction and operation are still very interesting. [Burke] He followed this idea mentally and put an old clock that he had to use on a useless machine. But instead of simply turning off the power when you turn it on, This useless machine will be removed from the wall mount and fall to the ground when anyone sees it.
It is difficult to say whether the clock broke when he started this project, or whether the clock itself was damaged by checking the time multiple times, but either way, this project is an instant classic. The single board computer is powered by the small battery that drives the Raspberry Pi, runs OpenCV, and is programmed to recognize any human face pointing in its general direction. When it does this, it activates a small server, knocking it off the wall, rendering it useless.
[Burke] I really don’t know why he had this idea, but it was both stupid and interesting. The tape that holds everything together is the final finishing touch. We really can’t justify spending too much on decoration and decoration, because this project will toss oneself in one person’s room. On the other hand, if you are looking for more refined useless machines, we have seen some machines with an impressive level of sophistication.
thanks [alchemyx] tip!